Dayton Residence

Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado

The Dayton Residence is a private mountain home conceived by the architects at James Dayton Design in Minneapolis. Completed in 2009, the project began as a renovation of an existing 70’s ski lodge and expanded into a new construction.

Zahner developed details and provide Solanum Steel™, Zahner's exclusive darkened weathering steel panel system. The variegated material provides improved performance over Cor-ten steel, which has a tendency to stain adjacent surfaces.

Zahner provided engineering, fabrication, delivery, and installation for the project.

Snow falls at the Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado

Serenity at the Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado.
Photo courtesy James Dayton Design.

Drawing diagram of the Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado

Drawing diagram of the Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado.
Photo courtesy James Dayton Design.

Snow falls at the Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado

Tranquility at the Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado.
Photo courtesy James Dayton Design.

Snow falls at the Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado

Snow falls at the Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado.
Photo courtesy James Dayton Design.

Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado

Dayton Residence in Vail, Colorado.
Photo courtesy James Dayton Design.

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